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MARFORPAC Marines recognized for exceptional work

By Sgt. Sarah Dietz | October 20, 2014

Master Sgt. Lisa Morales and Staff Sgt. Alfredo Estrella, with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, were recently recognized by the former Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos during the annual Modern Day Marine Exposition award ceremony at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Sept. 24.  The two Phoenix natives were presented with statues of MORE
Fought war, gained title

By Cpl. Samuel Ellis | October 16, 2014

Jacob Sprinkle had been tied to the Marine Corps since birth, born little more than a short 13 years ago on November 10 — the Marine Corps' birthday. Sadly, Jacob would never live to serve in the Corps, but now, in death, he bears the title of "Marine." More than 100 guests filled the Jonesville, Virginia Lee County High School auditorium tonight MORE
1/12 conducts mortar training, preps for deployment 1/12 conducts mortar training, preps for deployment

By Cpl. Erik Estrada | October 09, 2014

Marines with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, fired 120mm rounds from the M327 Expeditionary Fire Support System Oct. 7 during one of the battery’s training and readiness evaluations at Schofield Barracks’ newly re-opened ranges. The gun sections were evaluated on timeliness of their fire support, weapon emplacement, and the MORE
MarForPac Band revisits Palau after a 50 year-span MarForPac Band revisits Palau after a 50 year-span

By Cpl. Erik Estrada | September 19, 2014

In honor and remembrance of the 70th Anniversary of the landingon Peleliu, the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band visited the Republic ofPalau, Sept. 12 through 18.  The landing on Peleliu still remains as one of the bloodiest battles for the Marines who fought in the Pacific during World War II, also having been the battle where eight of the MORE
140915-M-QQ799-153 Marines remember the Battle of Peleliu

By Cpl. Erik Estrada | September 18, 2014

Rewind to 70 years earlier, and you have a 19-year-old William Darling, a private first class in the Marine Corps at the time, and Kiyokazu Tsuchida, a 24-year-old soldier fighting for the Empire of Japan, on the Island of Peleliu fighting against each other in one of the bloodiest battles that would come out of World War II. MORE
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